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Campaign 2012 / "Double Down" Book / Martin Interview #1054268

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Oct 31, 2013
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) A discussion about the new book, "Double Down," by John Heilemann% and Mark Halperin, about the 2012 presidential election campaign introduced. ["New York Times" Jonathan MARTIN - says President Obama's camp considered replacing Vice President Joe Biden with Hillary Clinton in 2012; describes the relationship between Obama and former President Bill Clinton; comments on why Mitt Romney decided against New Jersey Governor Chris Christie as a vice presidential option, how Senator Harry Reid got the idea Romney had not paid taxes for a decade and how Jon Huntsman comes out badly in the book.] [From Washington, CNN's Candy CROWLEY - comments on the Obama-Hillary Clinton speculation.]
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